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LESSON PLAN 1

TOPIC/FOCUS: Australian
Initiatives and Strategies to Promote
Physical Activity
YEAR LEVEL & SUBJECT: Year 10
PE

DATE: Week 4 Lesson 9


LESSON DURATION: 50 Minutes

NO. OF STUDENTS: 25
SETTING: Classroom
AusVELS: (Strand/Domain/ Dimension) Domain:
They investigate different components of fitness, how these vary between
activities and how they contribute to the wellbeing of people at different stages
of their lives. Students learn to set personal physical activity and/or fitness goals,
develop an activity and/or fitness program and evaluate its success. They
investigate community facilities available for health and physical fitness
activities, engage in a variety of recreational and outdoor adventure
activities, and develop skills, knowledge and behaviours for enhancing safe
participation in these activities.

Cross Curriculum Priorities:


In Health and Physical Education, students develop a deeper
understanding of the relationship between the health and wellbeing of
the individual and the environment. They develop this understanding
through a range of activities including learning in, and about, the
outdoors; the creation of spaces for outdoor learning; active outdoor
recreation; active transport options. As such, they will gain a capacity to
advocate and act for a sustainable future.

GOALS Students are to investigate the Sustainability Initiatives in Health


and Physical Education and critically analyse the health initiatives and
apply to advertisement.
STUDENT LEARNING AIMS
1. Students can successfully identify sustainable Government
Initiatives in Health and Physical Education
2. Students are able to investigate the effects of the Initiatives on
the environment and health.
TEACHING MATERIALS AND PREPARATION - VISUALS
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Map My Fitness Application


Collaborative Jigsaw Cards

TEACHING MATERIALS AND PREPARATION - EQUIPMENT


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Poster Paper
Coloured Pens
Pedometers

LESSON PROCEDURE
Introduction/focusing activity (The lesson begins with this activity.)

TIME
(In
Minutes)

Teacher
Introduce the Students to the environmental benefits of
exercise

Students
Students are to brainstorm as a
class what the environmental
benefits of physical exercise.
Students are then to discuss modes
of transport, which creates these
benefits.

5
Engage
Explore

Lesson development
Teacher
Set Up the classroom tables in squares to create a Jigsaw
learning environment. Students are divided into groups by
numbers 1-5 and are then divided again using letters A-E.
Students are to investigate a different initiative in the
group and are then to report back to their home group A-E
to discuss their findings.
10,000 Steps Australia
Walking School Bus
Ride2Work
Take the Stairs
Walk/Wheel on Wednesdays

Student
Students are to investigate a given
topic in a group randomly allocated by
the teacher. Students are to then
collaborate in the group on the initiative
finding out as much information as
possible and how it creates a
sustainable environment through Active
Transport as well as the health benefits
associated. Students are then to share
within there Home Team

15

Students will have 10 minutes to create


an advertising campaign for one of the 5
initiatives in their Home Team. Students
can be as creative as they like such as
making a poster, writing a poem, singing
a jingle or acting out a TV advert.

20

Elaborate
Evaluating

Students are to choose one of the


initiatives and adapt for themselves.
Such as Ride to School or complete
10,000 steps a day. Students are to use
the Map My Fitness Application to Record
and monitor their progress. Students are
to investigate the app in class and ask
questions if they need help. Students will

Elaborate
Creating
Applying

The following 10 minutes will be used to


present their advertising campaign to
the class.
Demonstrate to the Students how to use the Map My
Fitness App

Explain

Analyzing
5

Elaborate
Creating

look into pedometers and how they work.

Formative Assessment (Questions or actions used throughout the lesson to check on student
understanding and application of information)
Participation in classroom discussion, participate in classroom activities.
Closure (Options include: summarising or reflecting on the learning achievements/analysing errors; the
presentation of selected students work/preparation for future lesson/s etc.)
Teacher
Student
Students are to write down two things
5
Discuss with students ways they can help the
they have learnt from todays lesson
environment through exercise.

Evaluate
Understand
ing
Rememberi
ng

OPTIONAL
Adaptations/Differentiation
At this point the teacher checks each students progress and decides who needs re-teaching, exte
independent practice. Beginning practicum: reflection, Experienced practicum: in planning.
Extension (Extension is for students who need more challenge.)

Students are to login to the VicHealth website and analyse the health programs available and how it effects
health

Independent Practice (This is for students who need more practice. It can be done without teacher guidance,

Students when completing the Sustainability Initiative are to reflect on how they feel, and to encourage fam
with them.